Ratdog Live at Twin River Event Center on 2007-07-11
1. Jam > Here Comes Sunshine > (15:28)
2. Big River > (7:58)
3. Mission In The Rain > (8:52)
4. Young Blood > (3:51)
5. Little Red Rooster > (11:03)
6. Odessa > (6:43)
7. Book Of Rules > (4:02)
8. Bertha (7:42)
1. Deep Elem Blues* (10:17)
2. Mexicali Blues* (6:37)
1. Crowd (1:28)
2. Might As Well > (5:24)
3. Lady With a Fan > Terrapin Station > (13:51)
4. Stuff > (10:51)
5. Knockin' On Heaven's Door > (8:19)
6. China Cat Sunflower* > (7:02)
7. I Know You Rider* (8:05)
8. Crowd (2:00)
9. At a Siding > Terrapin Flyer (9:12)
Steve Kimock: Guitar for the entire show
* - w/ Keller Williams
If you cut out Disc 3 tracks 1 and 8 you can fit the 2nd set on one CD.
You can also put disc 3 track 1 or the encore on disc 1 to fit the show on two CDs.
I love the book of rules
Subject: sweet ratdog...great recording
Subject: big river
Subject: great recording
Bobby , Cincinnati is between Columbus and Louisville on I 71. Bogarts would be good, or the Madison Theatre over in Kentucky. We would like to see you in the Spring, please.
Subject: Sick show!
Subject: nice show
Subject: Another OUTSTANING Ratdog show
It never ceases to amaze me how they can take a song that I have probably heard a thousand times and still make it sound fresh. I've been hoping that someone would post a KellerDog show and I've been watching for cross-overs there, but this is one of the first times I've found the two together in the public domain. When Keller joins them on Deep Elem Blues and Mexicali I just had to sit back with this big ol shit eatin' grin of total satisfaction. Let's not ignore Steve Kimmock's contribution to this either. By the liner notes he's in for the whole show. I think that Odessa is one of the best performances of this song I have found on Archive.org by Ratdog. You can hear Kimmock tearing it up on this song. DAMN..how did I not show up in RI for this show,, because it's 2500 freaking miles away. Listen, I haven't been this inspired to write a review in a while, but in this case call all your Ratdog friends, newbies, and anyone else you can turn onto this show. This is classic Ratdog and just some of the best damn music you will ever find. Thanks to Mike Nichols for such an outstanding recording.
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